- The mother of newborn triplets, Abena Agyeiwaa, has claimed she has been abandoned by the father of their babies
- Agyeiwaa disclosed that Kwaku Amoah, the father of the triplets, told her he was going on a job haunting but has not returned after weeks
- The mother of triplets is appealing to the public to help in tracing the father of her babies
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Newborn triplets have allegedly been disserted by their father, as their mother, Abena Agyeiwaa, is appealing to the public to assist in tracing him, according to Crime Check Ghana.
YEN.com.gh gathered in a post by Crime Check Ghana that, Kwaku Amoah, the father of the triplets, told Agyeiwaa he was travelling to Tema in the Greater Accra Region to search for a job.
Agyeiwaa, however, fears that Amoah has abandoned their triplets as she disclosed that it has been weeks since he left the house.
In the post on Facebook, Crime Check disclosed that Agyeiwaa claimed the father of the triplets has refused to answer her calls.
Disturbing snaps shared along with the post, show a traumatised Agyewaa with her babies.
''Abena Agyeiwaa, mother of these beautiful triplets is appealing to the public to trace her husband, Kwaku Amoah to come home and assist in taking care of the children. Agyeiwaa told crimecheckghana.org that Amoah said he was going to Tema to look for a job, two weeks after she gave birth, but he refuses to pick up her calls. Hence, she is suspicious that her husband may have used job-seeking as an ex,'' the post by Crime Check read.
In other news, Mercy Nana Ama Akomprah, a brilliant student of Achimota School, has scored all As in the 2020 West African Senior Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The brilliant Science student obtained As in all eight subjects, including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Social Studies, and English Language.
Mercy Akomprah is a product of the Free Senior High School programme, an initiative that has seen over 1 million students gain access to free education since the programme took effect in 2017.
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